Red Storey passed away yesterday after what seems to have been a lot of fun crammed into 88 years. His exploits and athletic prowess are available today in most Canadian newspapers so I won't repeat it. The details of his leaving the NHL are well known and I'd love to hear a different perspective. Murray because he probably saw the game and I'm certain has feelings on the issue and ClassicHockey because of his obvious expertise. The way I've always read the story was that in a deciding semi final game ain Chicago in the 59-60 [?] playoffs, in the 3rd period of a tie game, Chicago winger Eddie Litzenberger tried to step around Mtl.'s Marcel Bonin. Litzenberger, tripped, lost the puck to Dickie Moore and scored.Storey judged that Bonin's stick was along the ice and the Hawk player stepped on it. After Chicago tied it up, Langlois hip-checked Bobby Hull and Mtl. scored the winning goal on the ensuing turnover. My Dad told me stories of fans on the ice advancing on Storey, only to be discouraged bu Doug Harvey whacking them across the back with his stick. Clarence Campbell accused Storey of choking prompting Storey to quit and never return to the nHL, despite the owners pleas. Storey spoke ill of no one with the exception of Campbell. Yesterday on Mtl. radio, Brodie Snyder, a veteran Mtl. writer spoke of how Campbell's interests were for Chicago to end Montreal's string of Stanley cups at 4. The way that Snyder spoke hinted that Campbell had been vocal about this, but I have no idea, I was 4 at the time. Classic, is there more about this story that you can tell us about ? Murray, I'm guessing the Hawk fan perspective is different than the one passed down in Mtl.